Steve,

steps 2, 5, and 9 have respectively their file existing; what you need to do is just to copy and paste lines as instructed.

steps 3, 4, and 6 are non existing files, therefore you have to create empty files and named them as instructed then copy the content of link provided to you and paste it at corresponding file. In the previous post, I omitted the link of the dsp-console-image.bb and dsp-desktop-image.bb; they can be respectively found here: http://www.jumpnowtek.com/dsp/dsp-console-image.bb and http://jumpnowtek.com/dsp/dsp-desktop-image.bb.

You might still have some errors due to some recipes; if so, go to your sources directory (~overo-oe/sources) then md5 the specific file and compare it with its recipe content that will result in two possibilities:

1. If not the same, replace the old md5 values by the one that you just created.
2. If their exactly the same, you better download a new file from TI website then md5 it and use the new values in the corresponding recipe.    

Hope it helps,
Gutembert.


On Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 7:05 PM, zoso1234 [via Gumstix] <[hidden email]> wrote:
That's great you got it working! I could never get the 2.6 kernel to work..I could build it but never boot :( Let me know if you tool around with the desktop build. I still have not yet gotten that one to work..im toying around with a different desktop build now.

could you or someone else go into a little depth on how patches are applied? I have seen some recipe folders where there are .patches. Are you supppose to save the file to your folder and then go into the recipe and add a line for the patch? Or do you just directly go into the recipe and copy and paste the lines in?

thanks


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